We are planning a program for the next few months, but hope to be able to meet - socially distanced - in church as soon as we are allowed.
This is a plea to you all as we are in need of some help!
Our service this week comes from Holy Innocents Church Gt Barton.
Local authorities are looking for paid volunteers to work at polling stations or counts for the elections which are taking place between 6 May - 10 May. Safe and secure polls are the cornerstone of our democracy and this is a great opportunity to support local elections teams to deliver COVID-secure and effective elections.
This is the last week for our current weekly envelopes and I am in the process of arranging next year’s envelopes. Thank you all for your contributions over the last year. A number of you have now decided on alternative ways of contributing and some have already requested envelopes. If you still require envelopes for the coming year and haven’t told us could you please let Tim Frost or me know as soon as possible.
We will be holding our Annual Parochial Church Council meeting for Holy Innocents on Tuesday 27th April, preceded by the Annual ParishMeeting where we elect Churchwardens. We will be receiving the Accounts and an Annual Report on the proceedings of the PCC and the activities of the parish, a report on changes to the Electoral Roll and a report on the Fabric of the church. It has to be a "zoom" meeting, and we do hope that as many of you as possible will be able to participate.
We hope you enjoy this first quiet service of Compline.
Easter is here once again, the second Easter in which we find ourselves restricted in our worship as well as our daily lives. But just as Easter brings new hope in our risen Lord; and the spring it brings new hope with the blossom appearing and weather improving; so we have new hope for the future, we are seeing a light at the end of the tunnel. We can get outside again and enjoy the sunshine. Hopefully soon we will be able to resume some sense of normality and start to meet up, for a walk, for coffees or just to catch up with each other. Easter will see us open our churches for services once more, the chance to meet and share worship together.